El insularismo, el nacionalismo y el independentismo en el periodismo canario de la emigración en Cuba

  1. Julio Antonio Yanes Mesa
Revista internacional de Historia de la Comunicación

ISSN: 2255-5129

Year of publication: 2019

Issue: 12

Pages: 67-86

Type: Article

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DOI: 10.12795/RiHC.2019.i12.04 DIALNET GOOGLE SCHOLAR lock_openOpen access editor


In the present article we have proposed to summa rise the distinctive features of the Journalism, not only with the foundation of newspapers and magazines, that was produced by the Canary Islands emigrants in Cuba during the last quarter of the XIX century and the beginning of the XXs. For that purpose, we had used the pages of those publications and some available studies about certain newspapers with the intention, following the academicals patterns in social communication, to rebuild the communicative mechanism constructed by this professional segment inside the group of emigrants. This procedure had allowed us to uncover the profile of that publishing minority, the typology and the development of the informative product, and also the distribution and traffic of the newspapers and magazines, the addressees and receivers of the information and, even more, the ways through which (collective readings and «from mouth to mouth») the message spread not only in the Canary Islands colony living in Cuba but also in the Canary Islands themselves. In the progress of this research we always had in mind the development of the coetaneous journalism published in the Canaries in order to, focusing the analysis in the usual conception about the Archipelago in both poles of the migratory flow, detect the current differences and similarities about the journalism in the two shores of the Atlantic Ocean.